Primitivity and ends of graphs

Rögnvaldur G. Möller*

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A graph X is said to be primitive if its automorphism group G acts primitively on the vertex set VX; that is, the only G-invariant equivalence relations on VX are the one where all the classes have size one and the equivalence relation which has only one class, the whole of VX. We investigate the end structure of locally finite primitive graphs. Our main result shows that it has a very simple description; in particular, locally finite primitive graphs are accessible in the sense of Thomassen and Woess.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)477-484
Number of pages8
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1994

Other keywords

  • AMS subject classification code (1991): 05C25, 20B15, 20B27


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